Business Memberships

Just like individual memberships, your business can be a member of KRCC too! The business membership offers special premiums tailored for business owners. Although your company or business can be a member of KRCC at any level, the $500 business membership provides limited sponsorship spots intended to let KRCC listeners know that your business is an appreciated member of the station.

Membership at the $500 level includes these premiums:

On Air Appreciation
One sponsorship spot (one 15 second spot of on-air copy) per day for 15 days out of 3 consecutive weeks. Start date determined by KRCC and based on scheduling availability, and follow this sample format:
“ By Frank’s Fly Fishing Supply, a KRCC business member, selling fishing gear and bait. Open weekends only, Frank’s Fly Fishing supply is located in Salida on First street and can be reached by calling 719-555-5555.”

Six Months Listing on the KRCC Website
A long with our underwriters, your business contact and location information will be listed on the KRCC sponsor page so that our listeners can easily find out more about you.

Six months of Early-Bird offers
For six months you will have the opportunity to entice the KRCC member-shopper with discounts or special offers.

Start dates will begin once membership is paid in full. Business memberships may be paid by cash, check, VISA or Mastercard. Please direct any questions to Jennifer Newman at jennifer@krcc.org, or by phone at 473-4801 / 800-748-2727.

 

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